Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Peace in the Woodshop

I know why I was able to find peace in my workshop while my son was using.

In my shop I have a Coping Saw.

I know, I know, it's a dumb joke but it works for me.


Annette said...

You are desperate for a blog post! LOL How wonderful that life is so good and peaceful that you have to resort to this. LOL

Tori said...
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Tori said...

You are funny Ron. I had gotten these huge rocks (sand-stones) from the beach to put in my garden. I had a bunch of them... they are very light.

So when the area was done and I could finally break them up I took a hammer and just went at it. At one point my neighbor across the street yelled, "Are you mad at your Husband?"

It was just before B was set to move out and I had a lot of anxiety and hammering those rocks helped so much. I have since gone back to the beach to collect a few more! :)

Syd said...

I enjoy working with my hands. My workshop is a great place. Have to get back to building some things soon. Hope that you are doing well, my friend.

1Mom said...

I find it to be therapy to go to my craft room and work. When you start making or building something, your give your mind a break from all of the stuff you are dealing with because of your son's drug use.